Joined: Mar, 2019
Posted - 2019/09/14 : 10:17:44
I have almost finished my Don't Go remix.
I am trying to work on the vocals. I have them where I want them. I have no idea what I'm doing when it comes to processing / Mixing them. I have tried using compressors, delay's & reverb's but I cannot get it sounding right and really don't know too much about how they work or how to get the sound I want out of them. I have tried watching some YouTube videos but they didn't help.
Any advice or recommendations where I can learn this stuff?
I'm really happy with the rest of the production accept to Vocals.
I'm using stock Cubase 10 effects.
I have a few things that came with my Focusrite audio interface but that's it.
Willing to try new VST's if they are free.
Edited by - MusicILove on 2019/09/14 10:18:15
Joined: Nov, 2001
Posted - 2019/09/14 : 19:13:13
When you say you have them where you want them, you mean within the song/sequence?
It's hard to say what you could improve without a sample.
I will say this:
use your ears ...and a couple of reference tracks!
a good arrangement usually mixes itself.
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